Lincoln City's highly anticipated FA Cup quarter final tie against Premier League Arsenal will take place on Saturday March 11 at 5.30pm.
The Imps will travel to the Emirates in fine form. They sit top of the National League and beat top tier Burnley to make it through to the last eight.
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Sneyd, who joined the Airlie Birds in 2015, has been an integral part of Lee Radford’s side and was man of the match in Hull’s 2016 Challenge Cup final triumph over Warrington Wolves.
The former Salford Red Devils and Castleford Tigers man also bagged the Hull FC Player of the Year award and won the Super League Top Gun accolade for the kicker with the highest conversion rate.
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Lincoln City fans will find out tonight whether they will face Arsenal or Sutton United in the FA Cup quarter finals
The Imps made history over the weekend with a win against Premier League side Burnley.
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Lincoln City will face either Arsenal or Sutton United away from home in the FA Cup quarter finals.
Yesterday this Imps became the first non-league side to reach the final eight of the competition for more than a century
On the streets of Lincoln today, this young supporter told Calendar what the history-making cup run means to him: